[...] as students hypothesize on the reason a choice was made, they consider the character's disposition rather than interject their own opinion. Children will gain confidence in examining the choices that storybook characters make as they apply the strategy multiple times, first in large-group settings and then individually (see suggested sample list of children's literature).
Book Characters' Choices: Helping Students Interpret Their Actions Basanti Chakraborty; Sandra Stone Childhood Education; Spring 2009; 85, 3; Doc
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